Mix and match body parts from all different kinds of animals (including humans!) to create a new creature, then take it for a test run to see how well it works! This app is set up similar to TInybop’s Robot Factory app, but instead of building something with mechanical parts, players build a creature using a variety of biological bits. First, a creature body is hatched from a colorful egg, then you choose what sorts of legs, arms, wings, fins, tail, head, eyes, ears, mouth, tusks or horns your creature should have. A zebra body with 4 sets of kangaroo legs? A caterpillar body with a flamingo head and a gecko tail? Why not? Once you’ve designed your creature, try it out on the treadmill. Does it move most easily on land, sea or water? If your creature is really struggling to move quickly, what changes can you make to improve it? Once you’re satisfied with your creature’s design, give it a name, then set it loose in the wild where you can feed it, play a game with it, create a habitat for it or race it against other creatures you’ve designed. There are so many different levels of creation in this game -- will you spend your time trying to make the fastest animal possible? The most elaborately fancy animal? Or will you throw together a few quick hodge-podge creatures and then spend your time playing in their “real world” environment with them? Whatever you choose, this app is rich with potential and inspiration.